Download the BPme app and enjoy the new way to pay.
It lets you pay for fuel from the comfort of your car at supporting BP stations nationally.
Easy to set up: Simply load your preferred payment card securely onto your phone - BPme supports Visa, MasterCard, American Express and BP Plus Fuel Cards with more payment types being added all the time.
Easy to use: Drive up, enter the pump number and confirm your payment method and how much you want to fill. Briefly wait for the pump to unlock before getting out of the car to fill up. When you have finished fuelling, you can get on your way.
Easy to keep track: Once you have filled up, your transaction summary will show in the app and VAT invoice will be emailed to you. You can also look up previous purchases in your transaction history.
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– Fixed an issue that was preventing AMEX customers from scanning their card when setting up their wallet. Thanks for the feedback!
- Increased the load time faster when opening the app, to help customers phone/fuel/go even faster than ever.
- Various bug fixes thanks to valuable customer feedback.
- Performance enhancements to help ensure our users have a faster and smoother experience.
Ratings and Reviews
Don’t get it.
Used a few times and was great till one day when I opened it to put £41 got to the confirming payment the app said error. No money taken and to try again. I did this 3 times and on the forth it got to the unlocking pump. So jumped out the car started feeling. It went past the £41. I suddenly stopped went back to my phone and it said a error had occurred and to pay in shop. I panicked as had no money or cards. Went into the petrol station to tell them. I remembered I had wallet on the iPhone X. Took me 5 mins to work out how to pay as I was in a nervous panic and forgot how to use my phone.
Anyway I got home and checked my bank and just under £200 had to reserved out my bank. £254 from the attempted BPme app.
I messaged the BP people they wanted nothing to do with it. But was going to look further into it. I got a new message a few days later telling the the staff didn’t know what they was doing and was pressing the wrong thing in the shop.
Well that’s still no help to me. I’m £154 down now and the money still hasn’t been released 4 days later.
I’m not using this app no more. It’s not trustworthy. Oh and the fact if you press full tank. My tank hold about £50.., the system takes £99 out.
Developer Response ,
Hi there, to streamline the payment process, BPme checks with your bank you have available funds for the amount you choose to fill up by (or £100 if you choose to fill your tank) before authorising the pump. But don't worry, you will only be charged for the total amount of fuel dispensed. The whole payment process can take up to 10 days, depending on your bank. If you're still having problems, email us at BPmeUK@bp.com or call our Careline team on 0800 402402. Hope that's helpful. Thanks, ^AB
Select a specific amount instead of “full tank”
This app is a good idea as I often have my children in the car so not having to go and queue to pay would be a huge benefit saving time getting the children out of the car just to go and pay, however, my car takes less than £40 to fill the tank and having a £100 hold put on my funds until the transaction clears isn’t ideal for me, will choose a specific amount next time instead of the full tank option.
The 1st time I went to use this app the transaction was declined. My bank contacted me the next day to verify if it was a genuine transaction made by me. Having confirmed this, I gave the app another go. This time I selected to fill up with £40 instead of selecting full tank. No problem, my tank was full just before reaching the £40 and the transaction was swift and painless. There is a funds hold on the amount selected (which is released a few days later and the amount spent at the pump is then taken). All in all a good app and certainly beneficial to me when I have the children
Locations do not accept this app
BP are heavily pushing this app this month and offering cash back with American Express (£10 cash back on £30 purchases made via the app) but the BP station I went to claimed they did not accept app based payments.
Firstly the station itself - BP branded - showed up in the app. When I arrived the app showed the location I was at accurately, allowed me to select the pump I was at and it claimed the pump was unlocked for filling and to leave the phone in my car. I filled up with £45 but when getting back in the car the app claimed an error had occurred and I needed to pay in the shop. The attendant then said the location didn't accept app payments, so if course I had to pay by card and missed out on the promised cash back.
If a station is BP branded, shows up in the app and even claimed the pump was unlocked, how am I as a customer supposed to know that this is not true? I feel like this app needs a lot more testing and frankly it is highly unfair to be luring people to use it with cash back offers that are impossible to claim on!
Developer Response ,
Hi there. We're really sorry you weren't able to pay with the app. Please can you email our support team at email@example.com and they'll look into it further for you. Thanks ^AW
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